Today we are going to meet Christina.
I met Christina and her husband on my first speaking tour to Wyoming. Before meeting her I had no idea that she had read the book or that she had taken the ball and run with it! She jumped right into making kefir, sauerkraut, bone broths and more. Her results have been remarkable and she has helped so many others begin their journey with these healing foods. Christina has also started a local group called Nourishing the Basin dedicated to making these healthful foods more available in her area. –Kristin
I have never sat down and planned what to have on hand for our family first aid kit or what to take with us on vacation, but over the years, we have a few things that have become essential and have been life-savers in some pretty harry situations. Having some key things on hand and knowing how to use them can often keep small things from escalating into a trip to the doctor’s office or hospital.
Extreme fatigue and headaches were the forerunners announcing that both my and my mother’s health was on a rapid downhill slide.
As a teenager, when my diet consisted of fast-food nearly every day for lunch, I was getting 3 to 4 headaches a week and they often turned into debilitating migraines. My vision was often affected and there were times that all I could do was go home and go to bed. I was taking ibuprofen constantly.
My mother’s headaches were even worse, sometimes a migraine would be triggered by simply bending over to pick something up. Often, she would wake up in the morning with a headache that would last for days.
If you are an autoimmune sufferer then you are most likely intimately acquainted with headaches too.